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Re: linrad-02.41 and 02-42
- Subject: Re: linrad-02.41 and 02-42
- From: Dave Sublette <arrl.net; k4to@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 24 Jan 2008 08:00:16 -0500
I cannot find any reference to wlr2-41.zip on your website. can you
send me a link? thanks
Leif Asbrink wrote:
> Hi Dave,
>> Do you have to remove the previous version of Linrad before installing
>> the new one? I hate to be asking so many questions, but I am so pleased
>> with the Linrad I am using, I want to make sure I don't mess something
>> up with a new installation.
> All of Linrad resides in a single directory and the reason is
> that this way one can easily make bakups.
> I have recommended that you have a directory C:\linrad which
> you log into and run Linrad from.
> I suggest you make another directory C:\linrad-02.35 into
> which you copy everything you have in C:\linrad. (assuming you
> now use 02-35)
> Then unzip wlr2-41 into C:\linrad which will overwrite
> linrad.exe, help.lir and errors.lir. When you start
> linrad again from C:\linrad you may have to enter
> new parameters because I may have added or changed
> something in the parameter definitions. (This
> time you will have to. Starting 02.36 there are
> transmit parameters in par_userint.)
> The other parameter files are unchanged this time, but
> now and then something is changed and then you will find
> Linrad using defaults for the associated window.
> Should anything go wrong, you can log into C:\linrad-02.35
> and start Linrad from there. Then everything will be
> identical with what you have now. Generally it is a good
> idea to copy *.* from the current Linrad directory to
> somewhere when you are happy with your window placements
> etc. You can have several directories with different
> settings (e.g. for different hardwares) that you
> can jump between quickly - and even use simultaneously.
> As soon as you have 02.41 running well, make a
> C:\linrad-02.41 and copy everything into it.
> Compared to what is normal in Windows, all of Linrad is very
> small and you can have nearly an infinite number of copies
> if you wish. With different parameters and different Linrad
> versions. Occasionally I make a mistake and then you might
> want to go back to an older version;-)
> Linrad data files is another thing. They have fixed
> locations. The default is C:\linrad_data for .gif,
> .wav and .raw files written by Linrad. The EME data
> base is always in C:\emedir.
> Leif / SM5BSZ
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